A one sentence answer can or cannot be useful
Sometimes there just is not more to say. But the point depends on many things. Most people may find that one sentence, even if pointing in good direction, may not be explicative or analytical enough to give a more thorough understanding of the question being discussed.
The problem in this case? I wasn't aware on the different politics and customs in different SE environments. I think it fair to say that some sites/users are more in favor of serial upvoting, and others such as here might well encourage the contrary. That's fine. I just want to get back to a point I had in mind as a piece of auto-criticism/self-awareness.
Too much free time
Sometimes I just pass too much time in front of the pc. There's a lot of joy in this and salute all (Hello world!). Online participation, again, brings tons of good stuff and I already enjoy my short participation here at movies.SE. As much as I like to post questions and answers sometimes I need to distribute my time between multitasking, working, and having fun here.
My point on one sentence answers was mainly two:
I believe in mysterious, cryptic, and interesting answers that sum up a lot in short phrased ideas. I did that in one of my first Supernatural answers. I understand that the community didn't find it useful. That's cool. It's just that I couldn't change it immediately, hence I was surprised by the quickness, and fact, that I got downvotes. Solved.
In order to improve questions/answers we need time. Some may have more than other available. Maybe in between of each input we could grant a reasonable amount of time, say some days at least.
Firstly, it could be expectable to check if that who makes the question finds it ok.
And then give some time to do so. It's just cautious to wait at least a minimum time to see reaction.
Even if neither of the two previous are fulfilled, it'd be good practice that others in the community help make the answer better: I got comments and downvotes, that's fine because those are the rules here, just we could be a little softer/diplomatic if we assume that some newbies DO follow Wheaton's Law. Instead of erasing. Moderators time is precious as well. But maybe there's not such a big need to follow everything so closely. Closeness is good dependant on context: I prefer a Mom over Police. But I'm not a moderator so that's just an opinion, a respectful opinion. As always my intent is very respectful of others opinions in spirit and words.
Also, why the need to change status of the situation? that is, from answer to comment...
More info from another SE site suggests that downvoting shouldn't come easily. Maybe it's different here, I just wanted to leave for checking opinions.
not-good posts should not receive votes and really bad or incorrect posts should be down-voted.
But again each SE is unique, on that other one they even go further:
here we pride ourselves on up voting a lot on both questions and answers, and down voting very sparingly. [...] So down voting here is really infrequent